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12/01/2009

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Fantastic review, makes me really jealous of anyone that has time to do the course.

Good writeup!

I love your blog and all the fun wine information! Keep it up!

As a food service director for a large private school, my introduction to this blog is enlightening. I'll find it especially helpful in planning the wines for special events.

As a yacht Captain having guests with a refined palate, my chef & stews could use Grapestone Concept's assistance from time to time not only to pair wines with foods, but keep us up on what's new and hot.

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